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Dec 3, 2013 10:00am EST
. when president obama talked about this great new health care plan, the affordable care act, patient protection and affordable care act, he said that on average families would see a $2,500 per year reduction in what they're paying for health care. mr. speaker, let's go back to the word mendacity. nothing could be further from the truth. the average increase is probably $2,500 a month, not a decrease. this is truly unacceptable. with new mandates in insurance market, concerning essential health benefits, premiums have to increase. and now we finally find out that ms. pelosi was absolutely right. wait until you read it and find out what's in it. where she was wrong is she said, then you would like it. i don't think too many people -- i think the latest number, mr. speaker, that i read, the statistic, was 61% of people today are opposed to obamacare. 61%. that's a lot. hat means 39% either don't have an opinion either way or are not sure are maybe they approve of it. but those are dismal, dismal numbers. we have seen more insurance policies canceled than created as consumers are faced w
Dec 4, 2013 10:00am EST
sustainible margin and more accurately a pathway to bankruptcy for hospitals when coupled with the new found population of uninsured. mixed in with the cost of commines that will be rolling out from the obama administration of the approximately 130 new regulatory agencies founded under the obamacare legislation. today, the cost of compliance with government mandates, including medicare billing and hipaa, just those two, account for a significant part of any hospital's overhead expenses. multiply this by 100, yet -- under the yet to be administered mandates and cost of care that will have a dramatic increase just to keep the doors open and lights on for every hospital. the human resources costs of providing health care coverage for hospitals whose number one asset is a qualified and trained employee will increase as the obamacare employer mandate is finally implemented just a year from now. finally consider the fees or taxes imposed on hospitals in 2014. just weeks away. earlier this week, a hospital c.e.o. from my congressional district reported that, quote, we're going to have to pay close
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